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3JIE Commissioners a Flat In Bankrupicy. bearing date the 17tb day of February. 1838, awarded and issued forth against MATTHEWHAWKEB,

3JIE Commissioners a Flat In Bankrupicy. bearing date the 17tb day of February. 1838, awarded and issued forth against MATTHEWHAWKEB,

late of Sharrington, the county Norfolk, Auctioneer and Appraiser, Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet the 12lh February next, at Eleven o’clock the forenoon precisely, at the Red LWidd, Pakenbam, In the said county, In order to audit the accounts of the Assignees of the Estate a
January 12, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CLASSICAL A COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, St. Andrew’s, Norwich. Mr. J. Middleton, Jun. ESPECTFULLY thanks Friends for the liberal enconragenvcht he has

CLASSICAL A COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, St. Andrew’s, Norwich. Mr. J. Middleton, Jun. ESPECTFULLY thanks Friends for the liberal enconragenvcht he has

received daring his residence St. Giles’, and informs them and the Public that be irks engaged more commodious bouse in St. Andrew's, near Elm HUI, where be will be happy to receive his Pupils after the present Vacation, which will terminate on Monday, 81st Instant. The course o
January 12, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, NORJVIqjj DUCROW’S WILL SHORTLY CLOSr. This Evening. Friday, Ja 11 . Saturday. Second Night J tacle. TMfOUIt. and

THEATRE ROYAL, NORJVIqjj DUCROW’S WILL SHORTLY CLOSr. This Evening. Friday, Ja 11 . Saturday. Second Night J tacle. TMfOUIt. and

AORK. with Trnlticd ••feeds amiT|| TAINMENTS, 11 '," Grand Spectacle CH the ■n.n.l DdCROIV!! .agSg"/;- "'I Iflnt and other Noveltiet, COMnlTnhki) 1,0 VITRO*AGK of the DFMCF.II^ niCAGOON GUARDS. . l!?* Novel Productions.. Tlll , r'sh»v * . "Kb. GRAND DRESS SPECTACLE, under Jlnof
January 12, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Tbfl Norfolk Fox me«t Toetdoj. the d,,, , { Klnx'i Ljnn, Mr. John Pjni.r, IStli, «t Milt: Thursday, the mb,

Tbfl Norfolk Fox me«t Toetdoj. the d,,, , { Klnx'i Ljnn, Mr. John Pjni.r, IStli, «t Milt: Thursday, the mb,

«' Wji Biercbant, this cltj, to Anne, lonoeejt Hiodolretton ViU«sf.; Satordaj, the 19lh, Long- < cugbter of Mr. Wethered, of abore place. j « j . n Thursday se’nnlgbt, at the Baptist Chapel, Mr. VUleboU* Stag Hound* meet Monday baro, Mr. Norman, of Lesslngham, to Mr*, at Oayton,
January 12, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
■Hr. Sewell thought the situation an objectionablecni tor the new Hospital, and did not believe the new lostimlion would be

■Hr. Sewell thought the situation an objectionablecni tor the new Hospital, and did not believe the new lostimlion would be

so extensively useful as the old Dispensary. He should support Mr. Hammond's notion, which was very simple, to defer the grant till they saw whether the Hospital would be supported or not. If they calculated on the tame amount of subscriptions tnotber year he feared they would b
January 12, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
IOLUTE REVERSIONARY

IOLUTE REVERSIONARY

INTERESTS, IRE BMW EHRK PER CERT MMES, inw to accounts in the name of the rantantwlsmeral of the Court Chancery; ALSO THE DIVIDENDS of the Investments during the Life of the ANNUITANT, rjLL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, errs, WALTER D. PBTTINGILL, /star Tavern, on the Qaay, Great Yarmouth
January 5, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
j without destroying that modification and adjutt-1 ment of the other forces, the regal and the art's- i locratic, tehich

j without destroying that modification and adjutt-1 ment of the other forces, the regal and the art's- i locratic, tehich

has in practice appeared to all\ nations and all ages since their establishment , much to advance the freedom and the prosperity 1 of the British nation. A pamphlet, under the title of A Letter to the Queen on the subject the state of the Monarchy." now in very general circulati
January 5, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
iTS SlIAMiaaS. r ANTED. .1 YOUTH, 1G years age, who desirous of the and Spirit Trades, in the London system,

iTS SlIAMiaaS. r ANTED. .1 YOUTH, 1G years age, who desirous of the and Spirit Trades, in the London system,

and Bookr»u live with the Family and as one of them. ticulsrs enoaire of Mr. Blorofi ;ld, le*i», If letter, post paid. ntalnlng 23/, feft at Mr. B.** l.ynn, w|afliily bj Mrs.P •fully resppc'ablc YQVTH, appren- Drapery (Irecrry business: loir Man. ♦'Apply Mr. K. Baker, raff bam.
January 19, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
£139 13 0 £. s. d. gbtdonrn 31 1 7 In arrear .... 660 W. P. PATTESON.

£139 13 0 £. s. d. gbtdonrn 31 1 7 In arrear .... 660 W. P. PATTESON.

13 0 £. s. d. gbtdonrn 31 1 arrear .... 660 W. P. PATTESON. Chairman. Benffactora and Sub»cribera. 183 S. Donat. Ao.Snb. Ir*. Mack .. 110 lose. 110 ialen Street Edmond lecd. legacy Mrs. Beare.... I 0 received any of tbo Norwich IBT. H. KOBBB, Secretary. ». 1839. (183 wing any cla
January 19, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
(50 ROGER KERRISON.

(50 ROGER KERRISON.

PH, of respectable con- LENTICB to MILLER, post-paid, X. Y. Mr. W. ler, Swaffharo, Norfolk. (118
January 12, 1839 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England